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Pek

Pek
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The Pek is a tributary of the Danube. The 129 km long river is situated in Southeast Serbia and it is part of the Black sea drainage basin. It is formed from the rivers Veliki Pek (Great Pek) and Mali Pek (Small Pek). Its source is at the foot of Crni Vrh and it flows into the Danube near Veliko Gradište.

 

The longest section of the river (80 km) flows through the Municipality of Kučevo. It is the most beautiful part of the Pek. Its most important tributaries are in Zviška gorge.

 
The left tributaries of the Pek, the Gložana, Komša, Bukovska reka and Kučajnska reka, have its sources in the Homolje Mountains. Its right tributaries rise at the foothills of Severni Kučaj and Zviške Mountains, the biggest of which are: The Železnik, Brodička reka, Dubočka reka, Ševička reka and Rakovobarska reka.

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